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"Synapse Syndrome" <synapse@NOSPAMsyndrome.me.uk> wrote in message
> Is it possible to use RDP with 32-bits display in Remote Desktop, in
> Windows Server 2003? I am using Remote Desktop for Remote Administration
> In Administrative Tools > Terminal Services Configuration > Connections >
> RDP-Tcp > Client Settings tab, I can Limit Maximum Colour Depth to only
> 24, 16, 15 or 8-Bits. 32-bit seems to be unavailable.
> When I use 24-bit, and video played looks all blue. This is not a big
> problem, as playing video through it is a very rare event, but I still use
> 16-bit instead, as colours look fine in that mode, and there is not much
> perceptible difference in that mode.
> However, I would like to use 32-bit mode, so that everything appears in
> ClearType, as reading fonts can be a strain after a while, without it.
> The extra connection bandwidth used is not an issue (gigabit LAN).
> How can I enable and force a 32-bit display connection with RDP?